Nutritionist and registered pharmacist Benjamin Fuchs discussed alternative health approaches, and offered tips on supplements and healthy changes to one's diet and lifestyle. Good health, he asserted, has multi-dimensional aspects beyond just supplements and diet, which include a connection to the divine, emotional well-being, and having a passion or enthusiasm for life. On the medical issue of polyps in the gall bladder (the organ which helps detoxify the system), he suggested a 2-3 day fast, which is useful for anyone dealing with a chronic challenge. Then, he continued, start on an elimination diet, in which a person notes in a diary what they eat, slowly bringing foods back into their diet, and noting how they react to them.
For those dealing with auto-immune health issues, he also recommends working on the gut and digestion, trying fasting and the elimination diet, as well as taking probiotics, digestive enzymes, and apple cider vinegar with meals. Concerning heart arrhythmia, it can be caused by stress and lack of oxygen. To combat, he advised practicing slow and deep breathing, and using such supplements as glucosamine, cartilage-containing products, and Vitamin C.